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DEDUCTIONS SET-I

Directions for questions (1 - 15): Each of these questions consists of two statements followed by two conclusions I and II.
Find which of the conclusions logically follows the given statements, even though they are at variance with commonly
known facts. Mark your answer as
a. If only I follow
b. If only II follow
c. If either I or II follows
d. If neither I nor II follows
e. If both I and II follows

1. Statements: 7. Statements:
All seas are bees All tigers are ships
Some teas are bees Some ships are cupboards
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. All teas are seas I. Some tigers are cupboards
II. Some seas are teas II. Some cupboards are tigers

2. Statements: 8. Statements:
All villages are towns Some pearls are gems
No country is a village Some gems are ornaments
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. No town is a country I. Some gems are pearls
II. No country is a town II. Some ornaments are gems

3. Statements: 9. Statements:
Some wealthy are healthy Some sticks are bolts
Some healthy are not stealthy All kites are sticks
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. All wealthy are stealthy I. Some bolts are sticks
II. Some wealthy are not stealthy II. Some kites are bolts

4. Statements: 10. Statements:


All weddings are writings Some teachers are adults
All weddings are wirings Some adults are poets
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. Some writings are wirings I. Some teachers are poets
II. No wiring is writing II. Some poets are teachers

5. Statements: 11. Statements:


Some zeroes are not heroes All cats are dogs
All zeroes are poor Some dogs are bees
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. All heroes are poor I. All bees are cats
II. Some poor are not heroes II. Some cats are dogs

6. Statements: 12. Statements:


All cakes are ice-creams All cats are rats
All ice-creams are toffees Some dogs are rats
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. All cakes are toffees I. Some cats are dogs
II. All toffees are ice-creams II. All dogs are cats
All weddings are wirings
Conclusions:
13. Statements: I. No wiring is writing
Some papers are books II. Some writings are wirings
Some books are not pens
Conclusions: 15. Statements:
I. All papers are pens Some apples are bananas
II. Some papers are not pens All bananas are mangos
Conclusions:
14. Statements: I. Some mangoes are apples
Some weddings are writings II. All mangoes are apples

Directions for questions (16-24): Each of these questions consists of two statements followed by two conclusions I and II.
Find which of the conclusions logically follows the given statements, even though they are at variance with commonly
known facts.

16. Statements:
All ants wear pants.
All civilised people wear pants
Conclusions:
I. All ants are civilised
II. Some ants are civilised
a. Only I Follows b. If only conclusion II follows
c. Both I and II follows d. If neither I nor II follows

17. Statements:
All leaders are good team workers.
All good team workers are good orators.
Conclusions:
I. Some good team workers are leaders.
II. All good orators are leaders.
a. If only conclusion 1 follows. b. If only conclusion II follows.
c. If either 1 or II follows. d. If neither I nor II follows.

18. Statements:
All benches are trees.
All trees are flowers.
Conclusions:
I. All flowers are benches.
II. Some flowers are benches
a. Only I follow b. Only II follow
c. Both I and II follow d. NeitherI nor II follow

19. Statements:
All lions aremonkeys.
All monkeys are elephants
Conclusions:
I some lions are elephants
II All elephants are monkeys
a. Only I Follows b. If only conclusion II follows
c. Both I and II follows d. If neither I nor II follows

20. Statements:
All books are pens.
All pens are pencils.
Conclusions:
I. some pencils are books.
II. All pencils are pens.
a. If only conclusion 1 follows. b. If only conclusion II follows.
c. If either 1 or II follows. d. If neither I nor II follows.
21. Statements:
All benches are trees.
All trees are flowers.
Conclusions:
I. All flowers are benches.
II. Some flowers are benches
a. Only I follow b. Only II follow
c. Both I and II follow d. NeitherI nor II follow

22. Statements:
All Chalks are Dusters
Some Chalks are Boards.
Conclusions:
I. All Dusters are Chalks.
II. All Chalks are Dusters.
a. Only I follow b. Only II follows
c. Both I and II follow d. Neither I nor II follow

23. Statements:
Some tables are chairs.
No cupboard is table.
Conclusions:
I. Some cupboards are tables.
II. All chairs are tables.
a. Only I follow b. Only II follow
c. Both I and II follows d. Neither I nor II follow

24. Statements:
Some keys are locks.
All locks are doors.
Conclusions:
I. Some keys are doors.
II. Some locks are doors.
a. Only I follow b. Only II follows
c. Both I and II follow d. Neither I nor II follow

Directions for questions (25-32): Each of these questions consists of two statements followed by four options. Choose the
option which can logically concluded from the given two statements.

25. Some tubes are bulbs. No bulbs are fans


a. No tube is a fan b. Some tubes are fans
c. Some fans are tubes d. None of the above

26. Statements: Some books are pens. All records are books.
a. All pens are books. b. Some books are records.
c. Some records are pens d. All pens are records

27. Some bags are desks. Some desks are benches


a. Some benches are bags b. All bags are benches
c. All benches are bags d. some desks are benches
28. Some PC’s are AC’s. All AC’s are DC’s
a. Some PC’s are DC’s b. Some DC’s are PC’s
c. Both (1) and (2) d. None of the above

29. Some politicians are corrupt. Some corrupt people are leaders
a. Some leaders are politician b. All politicians are leaders
c. All leaders are politicians d. None of the above

30. All pens are elephants. Some elephants are cats.


a. Some pens are cats b. No pens are cats
c. All pens are cats d. None of the above

31. All umbrellas are coats. Some coats are caps


a. Some umbrellas are caps b. Some umbrellas are not caps
c. No umbrellas are caps d. None of the above

32. All cats are dogs. All dogs are rats


a. Some cats are dogs b. All rats are dogs
c. No cat is a rat d. None of the above

Directions for questions (33 – 50): Each of these questions consists of two statements followed by two conclusions I and
II. Find which of the conclusions logically follows the given statements, even though they are at variance with commonly
known facts. Mark your answer as
a. If only I follow
b. If only II follow
c. If either I or II follows
d. If neither I nor II follows
e. If both I and II follows

33. Statements:
Some pastries are toffees. 37. Statements:
All toffees are chocolates. No women can vote.
Conclusions: Some women are politicians.
I. Some chocolates are toffees. Conclusions:
II. Some toffees are not pastries. I. Male politicians can vote.
II. Some politicians can vote.
34. Statements
Some chalks are wires. 38. Statements:
Some wires are frames. All young girls are modern.
Conclusions: No modern men are superstitious.
I. Some chalks are frames. Conclusions:
II: Some frames are chalks. I. No girls are superstitious.
II. No young men are superstitious.
35. Statements:
All scientists are researchers. 39. Statements:
Some researchers are teachers. All books are pens.
Conclusions: All pens are boxes.
I. No scientist is a teacher. Conclusions:
II. Some teachers are scientists. I. All books are boxes.
II. All pens are books.
36. Statements:
Some authors are teachers. 40. Statements:
No teacher is a lady. All readers are teachers.
Conclusions: All writers are teachers.
I. Some teachers are not ladies. Conclusions:
II. Some ladies are teachers. I. Some teachers are writers.
II. Some writers are readers.
I. No parrot is green.
41. Statements: II. No crow is white.
All dogs are rats.
Some rats are cats. 46. Statements:
Conclusions: All clerks are lazy.
I. Some dogs are cats. Some men are clerks.
II. Some cats are dogs. Conclusions:
I. All lazy are men.
42. Statements: II. Some men are lazy.
All lawyers are cheats.
Some women are lawyers. 47. Statements:
Conclusions: All goats are wolves.
I. Some women are cheats. Some wolves are tigers.
II. All cheats are women. Conclusions:
I. Some goats are tigers.
43. Statements: II. Tigers which are wolves are not goats.
All plants are trees.
No tree is green. 48. Statements:
Conclusions: Some pots are belts.
I. Some plants are green. No belt is white.
II. Those plants which are not trees are green. Conclusions:
I. Some pots are white.
44. Statements: II. Some pots are not white.
All hill-stations have a sunset point.
X is a hill-station. 49. Statements:
Conclusions: Some papers are needles.
I. X has a sunset point. All needles are sharp.
II. Places other than hill-stations do not have Conclusions:
sunset points. I. All papers are sharp.
II. All needles are papers.
45. Statements:
Some parrots are crows. 50. Statements:
No crow is green. Some machines are racks.
Conclusions: All wheels are machines
Conclusions:
I. Some wheels are racks.
II. Some racks are wheels.

DEDUCTIONS SET-II

Directions (1-39): In each question below, there are two or three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II,
III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts
and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements.

1. Statements: 2. Statements:
All hunters are punters. Some boxes are dogs.
Some punters are tigers. All dogs are pens.
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. Some hunters are tigers. Some boxes are pens.
II. All tigers are punters. Some pens are boxes.
III. Some punters are hunters. Some pens are dogs.
IV. No punters are hunters. All pens are dogs.
a I and II follow a. I, II and III follow
b. II and III follow b. II, III and IV follow
c. II and IV follow c. I, H and IV follow
d. None of these d. All follow
3. Statements: 7. Statements:
Some barbers are painters. All books are pens.
No painters are watches. Some pens are pencils.
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. Some barbers are not watches. I. Some pens are books.
II. Some barbers are watches. II. No pens are books.
III. Some watches are not barbers. III. Some books are pencils.
IV. Some watches are barbers. IV. No books are pencils.
a. I and III follow a. I and III follow
b. Only I follow b. Only I follows
c. Either III or IV and I follow c. Either III or IV and I follow
d. Either I or II and either III or IV d. Either I or II and Ill follow
follow
8. Statements:
4. Statements: No systems are decks.
Some carts are darts. All decks are books.
No smarts are carts. Conclusions:
Conclusions: I. Some systems are books.
I. Some darts are not smarts. II. Some systems are not books.
II. All darts are smarts. III. Some books are systems.
III. Some smarts are not darts. III. Some books are not systems.
IV. All smarts are darts. a. Only II follows
a. I and III follow b. Only IV follows
b. Only I follow c. I and either III or IV follow
c. I and either III or IV follow d. Either I or II and IV follow
d. III and either I or II follows 9. Statements:
Some singers are rockers.
5. Statements: All rockers are westerners.
Some boys are girls. Conclusions:
All girls are cute. I. Some rockers are singers.
Conclusions: II. Some westerners are rockers.
I. Some boys are cute. III. Some singers are westerners.
II. No boys are cute. IV. Some singers are not westerners.
III. Some cute are girls. a. I, II and III follow
IV. No cute are girls. b. I, II and IV follow
a. Only I follows c. I, III and IV follow
b. Only III follows d. All follow
c. Either III or IV follows
d. I and III follow 10. Statements:
All cats are bulls.
6. Statements: Some bulls are dogs.
Some copies are desks. Conclusions:
No desks are pens. I. All bulls are cats.
Conclusions: II. Some cats are dogs.
I. Some copies are pens. III. No cats are dogs.
II. Some copies are not pens. IV. Some bulls are cats.
III. Some pens are desks. a. Only IV follows
IV. Some pens are not desks. b. Only III follows
a. Only II follows c. IV and II follow
b. II and III follow d. IV and either II or III follow
c. II and IV follow
d. Either III or IV follows
15. Statements:
11. Statements: Only red are blues.
All bars are coins. All reds are yellows.
Some bars are books. Conclusions:
Conclusions: I. Some blues are yellows.
I. Some books are bars. II. No blues are yellows.
II. Some books are coins. III. Some yellows are reds.
III. Some books are not bars. IV. Some yellows are not reds.
IV. Some books are not coins. a. Only I follows
a. Only I follow b. Only III follows
b. I and II follow c. Either III or IV follows
c. Either II or IV follows d. I and III follows
d. I and either II or IV follow
16. Statements:
12. Statements: Some books are helmets.
Some stars are birds. Only copies are helmets.
No birds are elephants. Conclusions:
Conclusions: I. Some books are copies.
I. Some stars are not elephants. II. All helmets are copies.
II. All stars are elephants. III. All copies are helmets.
III. Some elephants are not stars. IV. Some copies are not helmets.
IV. All elephants are stars. a. I and II follow
a. Either I or II and either III or IV b. II and III follow
follow c. I, II and either III or IV follow
b. Only I follow d. None of the above
c. I and III follow
d. I and either III or IV follow 17. Statements:
Some states are capitals.
13. Statements: No pens are capitals.
Some blankets are pillows. Conclusions:
All pillows are books. I. Some states are not pens.
Conclusions: II. All states are pens.
I. Some books are blankets. III. Some pens are not states.
II. Some books are pillows. IV. All pens are states.
III. No book is a pillow. a. Only I follows
IV. Some blankets are not books. b. Only III follows
a. I and IV follow c. Either III or IV and I follow
b. I and II follow d. I and III follow
c. Either I or IV and II follow
d. Either I or IV and II or III follows 18. Statements:
All pigs are elephants.
14. Statements: No pigs are bakers.
All classes are glasses Conclusions:
All brasses are glasses. I. Some bakers are not pigs.
Conclusions: II. Some pigs are not bakers.
I. Some classes are brasses. III. Some elephants are not bakers.
II. Some brasses are glasses. IV. Some bakers are not elephants.
III. Some brasses are classes. a. I, II and III follow
IV. Some classes are glasses. b. I, II and IV follow
a. Only I follow c. II, III and IV follow
b. Only II follows d. All follow
c. II and IV follow
d. All follow 19. Statements:
All nibs are tips.
Many nibs are ribs.
Conclusions: 23. Statements:
I. Some nibs are tips. No student is decent.
II. Some tips are nibs. Some decent are bags.
III. All nibs are ribs. All bags are roses.
IV. Some nibs are not ribs. Conclusions:
a. Only I follows I. Some bags are not students.
b. Only II follows II. All bags are students.
c. I and II follow III. Some decents are roses.
d. I, II and either III or IV follows IV. All roses are decent.
a. Only I follows
20. Statements b. Either I or II follows
All boxes are tables. c. Either I or II, and III follow
No desks are tables. d. I and III follow
Some desks are curtains.
Conclusions: 24. Statements:
I. No boxes are desks. Some birds are stones.
II. Some boxes are desks. Some tigers are birds.
III. Some curtains are not boxes. All stones are grapes.
IV. Some curtains are boxes. Conclusions:
a. III and either I or II follow I. Some stones are birds.
b. I and either III or IV follow II. Some stones are not birds.
c. I and III follow III. Some grapes are birds.
d. None of these IV. Some tigers are stones.
a. I, II and III follow
21. Statements: b. I, III and IV follow
Some drops are cops. c. I and III follow
All cops are docks. d. None of these
No dock is a flop.
Conclusions: 25. Statements:
I. Some drops are not flops. Some desks are tables.
II. Some docks are drops. All tables are icecreams.
III. No cop is a flop. Some icecreams are straps.
IV. Some flops are not cops. Conclusions:
a. I, II and III follow I. Some tables are icecreams.
b. II, III and IV follow II. Some desks are icecreams.
c. I, III and IV follow III. Some desks are straps.
d. All follow IV. Some desks are not straps.
a. I, II and III follow
22. Statements: b. I, II and IV follow
Some big are small. c. II and either III or IV follow
No small is large. d. I, II and either III or IV follow
Some large are tiny.
Conclusions: 26. Statements:
I. Some large are not big. No killer is a sweater.
II. No big is large. No jacket is a sweater.
III. Some small are not tiny. Some jackets are roses.
IV. Some big are not tiny. Conclusions:
a. Only I follows I. Some roses are sweaters.
b. Only II follows II. Some roses are not sweaters.
c. Only IV follows III. No killer is ajacket.
d. None follows IV. Some jackets are killers.
a. Either I or II and III follow
b. Either III or IV and II follow
c. Either I or II and either III or IV
follow
d. None of the above is true
27. Statements: 31. Statements:
All blondes are beautiful. All kites are flights
All brunnettes are beautiful. All lights are kites
All brunnettes are cute. Conclusions:
Conclusions: I. Some flights are lights
I. Some cute are beautiful. II. Some lights are flights
II. Some blondes are cute. III. All flights are lights
III. Some blondes are brunnettes. IV. All lights are flights
IV. Some brunnettes are not cute. a. Only I and II follows
a. Only I follows b. Only II and III follows
b. Only II follow c. Only I and IV follows
c. Either II or III follows d. Only I, II and IV follows
d. I, II and III follow e. All follow

28. Statements: 32. Statements:


Some drums are baskets. No pen is a board
All baskets are gaskets. No pencil is a board
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. All gaskets are drums. I. Some pens are not pencils
II. Some gaskets are drums. II. No pencil is a pen
III. Some gaskets are baskets. III. Some pencils are not pens
IV. Some gaskets are not baskets. IV. No pen is a pencil
a. Either II or III follows a. All follows
b. Either II or I follows b. Only II and III follows
c. Only II follows c. Only II and IV follows
d. II and HI follow d. None follows

29. Statements: 33. Statements:


No paper is a graper. Some different are difficult,
All grapers are takers. No deterrent is different
Conclusions: Conclusion:
I. Some papers are not takers. I. Some different are deterrent.
II. Some papers are takers. II. Some difficult are not different.
III. Some takers are not papers. III. Some difficult are not deterrent.
IV. All takers are papers. IV. Some different are not deterrent.
a. Either I or IV follows a. Only 1 follows.
b. Only I follow b. Only IV follows.
c. Only III follows c. Only III and IV follow.
d. Either I or II and HI follow d. Only III follows.
e. None follows.
30. Statements:
All students are patriots. 34. Statements:
All Indians are patriots. All cats are dogs,
Conclusions: No dog is a rat.
I. Some students are Indians. Conclusions:
II. Some Indians are students. I. some dogs are cats.
III. All Indians are students. II. No cat is a rat.
IV. All students are Indians. III. No rat is a cat.
a. Only I and III follow IV. All dogs are cats.
b. Only II and IV follow a. Only I and II follow.
c. I and II and either III or IV follow b. Only I, II and III follow.
d. None follows c. Only III and IV follow.
d. Only II and IV follow.
e. Only III follows.
III. All dancers are singers
IV. No actor is a singer
a. Only I and III follow
35. Statements: b. Only I follows
Some crazy are lazy, c. Only II and III follow
Some lazy are not hazy. d. Only I or IV follows
Conclusions: e. None follows.
I. Some hazy are lazy.
II. Some crazy are hazy. 38. Statements:
III. No hazy is crazy. Some bookies are rookies
IV. All lazy are crazy. All rookies are techies
a. Only II follows. Conclusions:
b. Only III follows. I. All rookies are bookies
c. Only IV follows. II. Some techies are rookies
d. Only either II or III follows. III. Some bookies are not techies
e. Only I and either II or III follow. IV. Some techies are bookies
a. Only I and II follow
36. Statements: b. Only II and IV follow
All plants are trees c. Only II and III follow
All trees are saplings d. Only III and IV follow
Conclusions: e. Only I, II and III follow
I. Some saplings are plants.
II. Some trees are plants 39. Statements:
III. All plants are saplings No Maruti is a Fiat
IV. Some saplings are trees Some Fiats are Toyotas
a. Only I, II and III follows. Conclusions:
b. Only II, III and IV follows. I. Some Marutis are not Toyotas
c. Only I, III and IV follows II. Some Fiats are not Toyotas
d. All follow. III. All Marutis are Toyotas
IV. No Fiat is a Maruti
37. Statements: a. Only I, II and III follow
All actors are dancers b. Only I and II follow
All singers are dancers c. Either I or III and IV follow
Conclusions: d. Only II and IV follow
I. Some actors are singers e. All follow
II. All actors are singers

Directions for questions (40 –50): In each of these questions consists of three or four statements followed by four
conclusions are given. Find which of the conclusion(s) logically follows the given statements, even though they are at
variance with commonly known facts

40. Statements: 41. Statements:


Some arguments are arrangements No Port is a harbour
All arrangements are agreements Some ports are capitals
Some agreements are achievements All harbours are aerodromes
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. All arguments are agreements I. Some aerodromes are not ports
II. Some agreements are arguments II. No port is an aerodrome
III. Some arguments are achievements III. No harbor is a capital
IV. Some arrangements are achievements IV. Some capitals are not harbours
a. Only I and IV follow
a. Only I and III follow b. Only II and IV follow
b. Only I, II and III follow c. Only III and IV follow
c. Only II and IV follow d. Only IV follows
d. Only II follows e. None follow
e. None of these
42. Statements:
Some rubies are not diamonds
All sapphires are emeralds
No emerald is a diamond
Conclusions:
I. Some rubies are not sapphires
II. Some rubies are not emeralds
III. No diamond is a sapphire
IV. Some sapphires are not diamonds
a. Only I and III follow
b. Only IV follows
c. Only III and IV follow
d. Only III follows
e. None of these

43. Statements:
All adjectives are adverbs
Some adverbs are pronouns
All pronouns are nouns
Conclusions:
I. Some adjectives are nouns
II. Some adjectives are pronouns
III. Some adverbs are nouns
IV. Some adjectives are not pronouns
a. Only I and IV follow
b. Only III follows
c. Only I and III follow
d. Only II, III and IV follow
e. All follow
II. No keeper is a bowler
44. Statements: III. Some bowlers are coaches
No boxer is a shooter IV. Some batsmen are coaches
Some shooters are surfers a. Only I and II follows
All wrestlers are shooters b. Only II and III follows
Conclusions: c. Only I and IV follows
I. No boxer is a wrestler d. None follows
II. Some boxers are not wrestlers e. None of these
III. Some surfers are not boxers
IV. Some wrestlers are not boxers 48. Statements:
a. Only I and II follows No clock is a lock
b. Only II and III follows Some docks are not blocks
c. Only III and IV follows No rock is a block
d. All follow All locks are rocks
Conclusions:
45. Statements: I. Some rocks are locks
Some jacks are hearts II. Some locks are not clocks
No heart is a spade III. Some rocks are not clocks
All spades are clubs IV. Some blocks are docks
Conclusions: a. Only I follows
I. Some clubs are not hearts b. Only II follows
II. Some clubs are jacks c. Only II and IV follow
III. Some spades are jacks d. Only I, II and III follow
IV. Some hearts are clubs
a. Only II and I follows 49. Statements:
b. Only I follows All fractions are percentages
c. Only III and IV follows All decimals are numbers
d. Only IV and I follows No percentage is negative
e. None of these Some decimals are not negatives
Conclusions:
46. Statements: I. No number is negative
All roads are routes II. Some decimals are fractions
All routes are networks III. No fraction is negative
All ways are networks IV. Some numbers are not negative
Conclusions: a. Only I, II and III follows
I. All roads are ways b. Only I and IV follows
II. No road is network c. Only III and IV follows
III. Some roads are ways d. Only II and IV follow
IV. Some ways are roads e. All follow
a. Only I and II follows
b. Only III and IV follows 50. Statements:
c. None follows Some ships are boats
d. None of these No rover is cruise
All rovers are boats
47. Statements: Conclusions:
Some batsmen are bowlers I. Some ships are rovers
All keepers are batsmen II. All boats being cruises is not a possibility
No coach is a keeper III. No ship is cruise
Conclusions: IV. No ship is rover
I. No coach is a bowler a. Only II follows
b. Only II and either I or IV follows
c. Either I or IV follow
d. All follow
e. None follows
DEDUCTIONS SET-III

Directions (1-25): In each question below, there are three or four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II,
III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts
and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements.

1. Statements: 4. Statements:
All bikes are engines Some buses are trains.
Some motors are cars No train is a dog.
All cycles are cars All dogs are parrots.
Some engines are cycles Conclusions:
Conclusions: I. No bus is a parrot.
I. Some motors are engines II. Some parrots are trains.
II. Some cycles are not bikes is a possibility III. Some parrots are buses.
III. Some cars are bikes IV. No dog is a bus.
IV. Some cars are engines a. Only either I or III follows
a. Only IV follows b. Only II follows
b. Only II follows c. Only IV follows
c. Only II and III follow d. None of these
d. Only II and IV follow
e. All follow 5. Statements:
Some films are clouds.
2. Statements: All rats are clouds.
Some ice is ring. Some clouds are chairs.
No ring is paint. Conclusions:
Some rings are gold. I. No film is chair.
Conclusions: II. Some rats are films.
I. No gold is paint. III. Some clouds are rats.
II. No ice is gold. IV. Some chairs are rats.
III. Some rings are paints. a. Only I and III follow
IV. All gold’s are rings. b. Either II or IV follows
a. Only I and III follow c. Only IV follows
b. Only I and II follow d. None of these
c. Only III and IV follow
d. None of these 6. Statements:
Some cups are slates.
3. Statements: All slates are apples.
All gates are flowers. No apple is a car.
Some gates are fruits. Conclusions:
Some flowers are clips. I. Some cars are slates.
Conclusions: II. Some cups are cars.
I. Some flowers are fruits. III. Some apples are cups.
II. Some clips are fruits. IV. No car is a cup.
III. Some clips are gates. a. Only II follows
IV. No flower is fruit. b. Only III follows
a. Only I follow c. Only IV follows
b. Only I and IV follow d. Either II or IV & IIIfollow
c. Only II and IV follow
d. Only I and III follow
11. Statements:
7. Statements: Some dogs are rats.
All leaders are good team workers. All rats are trees.
All good team workers are good orators. Some trees are not dogs.
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. Some good team workers are leaders. I. Some trees are dogs.
II. All good orators are leaders. II. All dogs are trees.
a. If only conclusion 1 follows. III. All rats are dogs.
b. If only conclusion II follows. IV. All trees are dogs.
c. If either 1 or II follows. a. Only I follow.
d. If neither I nor II follows. b. Only II follows.
c. Only III follows.
8. Statements: d. Only IV follows.
All benches are trees.
All trees are flowers. 12. Statements:
All flowers are fruits. Some pencils are pens.
Conclusions: All pens are erasers.
I. All fruits are benches. All staplers are erasers.
II. All trees are fruits. Conclusions:
III. Some fruits are flowers. I. Some pens are not pencils.
IV. Some flowers are benches. II. All erasers are pencils.
a. All follow III. Some staplers are pens.
b. Only II,III& IV follow IV. Some staplers are pencils.
c. Only III and IV follow a. Only I follow
d. Only II & III follow b. Only II follows
c. Only III follows
9. Statements: d. None of these
All Chalks are Dusters
Some Chalks are Boards. 13. Statements:
Some Dusters are Pens. Some tables are chairs.
Conclusions: No cupboard is table.
I. Some Pens are Chalks. Some chairs are cupboards.
II. Some Dusters are Boards. Conclusions:
III. Some Pens are Boards. I. Some chairs are not tables
IV. All Chalks are Pens. II. All chairs are either tables or cupboard
a. Either I or IV follows III. Some chairs are both tables and
b. Only II & III follow cupboards.
c. Either I or IV & II follow IV. All chairs are tables.
d. Only II follows a. Only I and IV follow
b. Only either II or III follow
10. Statements: c. Only IV follows
Some Bags are Books. d. None of these
All Books are Boxes.
No Box is Board. 14. Statements:
Conclusions: All birds are animals.
I. Some Bags are not Boards. Some animals are humans.
II. Some Bags are not Boxes. All humans are mammals.
III. All Bags are Boxes. Conclusions:
IV. No Bag is Board. I. Some humans are not birds.
a. Only I follow II. Some birds are humans.
b. I & either II or III follows III. Some animals are not mammals.
c. Only IV follows IV. All animals are mammals.
d. Only II follows a. Only I and II follow
b. Either III or IV follows
c. Either I or II follows
d. Either I or II and either III or IV
follow
15. Statements: 19. Statements:
Some leaves are fruits. All pins are staplers.
All branches are fruits. Some staplers are sharpeners.
Some roots are branches Some sharpeners are stands.
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. Some roots are fruits. I. Some staplers are stands.
II. Some branches are leaves. II. Some sharpeners are pins.
III. No leaf is branch. III. Some pins are stands.
IV. Some leaves are roots. IV. Some stands are sharpeners.
a. Either II or III and I follow a. Only I and II follow
b. Only I follow b. Only II and IV follow
c. Only either II or III follows c. Only III follows
d. Only I and III follow d. Only IV follows

16. Statements: 20. Statements:


All books are notes. Some oranges are apples.
Some notes are pencils. All apples are guavas.
No pencil is paper. No guava is a banana.
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. Some notes are books. I. Some guavas are oranges.
II. Some pencils are books. II. No apple is a banana.
III. Some books are papers. III. Some oranges are bananas.
IV. No book is a paper. IV. Some apples are bananas.
a. Only I follow a. Only I and II follow
b. Only I and either III or IV follow b. Only I and either II or IV follow
c. Either III or IV follows c. Only I, II and IV follow
d. Only I and III follow d. Only III and either II or IV follow

17. Statements: 21. Statements:


Some cups are utensils. Some spectacles are boxes.
No utensil is a bucket. No bat is a ball.
All buckets are plates. Some boxes are balls.
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. Some cups are buckets. I. Some boxes are not bats.
II. Some utensils are plates. II. Some bats are spectacles.
III. No utensil is a plate. III. No bat is a box.
IV. Some cups are plates. IV. No ball is a spectacle.
a. Only I follow a. Only I follow
b. Only III follows b. Only 1 & III follow
c. Either II or III follows c. Only II and III follow
d. Either III or IV follows d. Only IV follows

18. Statements: 22. Statements:


All fans are tube lights.
Some keys are locks. No pen is a bulb.
All locks are doors. Some bulbs are fans.
Some doors are windows. Conclusions:
Conclusions: I. Some pens are tube lights.
I. Some locks are windows. II. No pens are tube lights.
II. Some windows are keys. III. Some tube lights are fans.
III. Some windows are doors. IV. All tube lights are fans.
IV. No window is a lock. a. Only I and II follow
a. Either I or IV follows b. Only I, II and III follow
b. Only II follows c. Either I or II and III follow
c. Only III and IV follow d. Only III and IV follow
d. None of these
23. Statements: I. Some jungles are cats.
Some fruits are vegetables. II. Some bats are cats.
All liquids are drinks. III. Some jungles are rats.
All drinks are fruits. IV. No jungles are cat.
Conclusions: a. Only III follows
I. Some drinks are vegetables. b. Only either I or IV and III follow
II. Some fruits are liquids. c. Only either I or IV and II follow
III. All liquids are fruits. d. None of these
IV. No liquids are vegetables.
a. Only I and II follow 25. Statements:
b. Only II and III follow Some books are papers.
c. Only III and IV follow All plates are records.
d. Only I, II & III follow Some records are books.
Conclusions:
24. Statements: I. Some plates are books.
Some cats are rats, II. Some records are papers.
All rats are bats, III. Some papers are plates.
Some bats are jungles. IV. Some books are records.
Conclusions: a. Only I follow
b. Only II and III follow
c. Only I and III follow
d. Only IV follows

Directions (Q. Nos. 26-35): In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by four Conclusions I, II, III
and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even, if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.
Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements
disregarding commonly known facts.

26. Statements: Conclusions:


Some trains are cars. I. Only roads are boards.
All cars are branches. II. Some lanes are clips.
All branches are nets. III. Some boards being papers is a possibility.
Some nets are dresses. IV. All roads are clips.
Conclusions: a. I and II follow
I. Some dresses are definitely cars. b. Only III follows
II. All nets are trains. c. I, II and III follow
III. Atleast some branches are trains. d. II, III and IV follow
IV. All dresses being trains is a possibility. e. None of these
a. I and II follow 28. Statements:
b. II and III follow Some pencils are kites.
c. I and IV follow Some kites are desks.
d. III and IV follow All desks are jungles.
e. None of these All jungles are mountains.
Conclusions:
27. Statements: I. All mountains are not pencils.
All papers are clips. II. Some jungles are definitely pencils.
Some clips are boards. III. Some mountains are not desks.
Some boards are lanes. IV. 20% jungles are kites.
All lanes are roads.
a. I and III follow 32. Statements:
b. I, II and III follow All arrows are bows.
c. Only IV follows All bows are swords.
d. II, III and IV follow Some swords are daggers.
e. None of these All daggers are knives.
Conclusions:
29. Statements: I. All knives are bows.
All stones are hammers. II. Atleast some swords are knives.
No hammer is ring. III. All bows are not arrows.
Some rings are doors. IV. All arrows being swords is a possibility.
All doors are windows. a. Only II follows
Conclusions: b. II and IV follow
I. Atleast some windows are stones. c. III and IV follow
II. Most windows are rings d. I and III follow
III. No window is stone. e. None of these
IV. All rings being stones is a possibility.
a. Only I follow 33. Statements:
b. Only II follows Some pianos are violins.
c. Only III follows Some violins are drums.
d. Either I or III follows All drums are guitars.
e. Either I or III and II follow No guitar is a flute.
Conclusions:
30. Statements: I. All guitars are pianos.
All pens are clocks. II. Some drums are definitely flutes.
Some clocks are tyres. III. Atleast some pianos are drums.
Some tyres are wheels. IV. No flute is a drum.
Some wheels are buses. a. None follows
Conclusions: b. Only I follow
I. All buses are tyres. c. Either II or IV follows
II. All wheels are clocks. d. Only IV follows
III. Some wheels are not pens. e. None of these
IV. Some buses are definitely clocks.
a. None follows 34. Statements:
b. Only I follows Some airplanes are helicopters.
c. Only II follows All helicopters are gliders.
d. Only III follows All gliders are kites.
e. Only IV follows All kites are balloons.
Conclusions:
31. Statements: I. Atleast some helicopters are balloons.
Some stones are rocks. II. All kites are airplanes.
All rocks are boulder. III. All balloons are not gliders.
Some boulders are mountains. IV. All helicopters being kites is a possibility.
All hills are mountains. a. Only IV follows
Conclusions: b. Either II or III follows
I. Some stones are not mountains. c. Only III follows
II. Atleast some hills are boulders. d. Only I follow
III. Some boulders are stones. e. None of these
IV. All mountains being hills is a possibility.
a. None follows 35. Statements:
b. Only II follows All kings are warriors.
c. II and III follow All soldiers is warriors.
d. III and IV follow All sentries are warriors.
e. None of these Some sentries are soldiers.
Conclusions: III. Atleast some trucks are airplanes.
I. Some sentries are kings. IV. No truck is a train.
II. Only warrior is soldiers. a. None follows
III. All warriors are not sentries. b. II and IV follow
IV. Some soldiers being kings is a possibility. c. III and IV follow
a. None follows d. None of these
b. Only I follow
c. Only II follows 38. Statements:
d. II and IV follow Some tools are hammers.
e. None of these All tools are trees.
Some trees are flowers.
36. Statements: No hammer is a flower.
Some stoves are ovens. Conclusions:
All ovens are cylinders. I. All hammers being tools is a possibility.
Some engines are stoves. II. No tool is a flower.
Some metals are cylinders. III. Some hammers are not trees.
Conclusions: IV. Atleast some flowers are tools.
I. Some ovens are not metals. a. None follows
II. Only cylinders are stoves. b. I and either II or IV follow
III. Some ovens being engines is a possibility. c. II and IV follow
IV. No engine is a cylinder. d. Only III follows
None follows e. None of these
a. II and IV follow
b. II and III follow 39. Statements:
c. Only Ill follows Some bags are pockets.
d. Only II follows Some pockets are trousers.
All skirts are pockets.
37. Statements: Some belts are bags.
Some cars are buses. Conclusions:
Some buses are trains. I. Atleast some trousers are belts.
All airplanes are trains. II. Some skirts are definitely bags.
All trucks are buses. III. No trouser is belt.
Conclusions: IV. All skirts being trousers is a possibility.
I. Some airplanes being trucks is a possibility. a. All follow
II. All cars are trains. b. II and IV follow
c. Only III follows
d. Either I or III and IV follow
e. None of the above

Directions (40-50): Below are given three statements followed by four conclusions. You have to take the given statements
to be true even if they appear to be at variance with commonly known facts, and then decide which of the conclusions
logically follow(s) from the given statements. For each question, mark out an appropriate answer. choice that you think is
correct.

40. Statements:
All bulbs are radios.
All radios are fans. a. I, II and III follow
No fans are tables. b. II, III and IV follow
Conclusions: c. Only I and III follow
I. Some fans are bulbs. d. II and IV follow
II No tables are bulbs.
III. Some radios are bulbs.
IV. Some tables are radios.
41. Statements: 45. Statements:
Some books are bulbs. All crooks are spooks.
All biscuits are pens. All books are jokes.
No bulbs are biscuits. Some books are crooks.
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. Some books are not biscuits. I. Some jokes are crooks.
II. Some bulbs are not pens. II. Some spooks are jokes.
III. Some books are not pens. III. Some crooks are jokes.
IV. Some pens are not bulbs. IV. Some spooks are books.
a. I and IV follow a. I, II and III follow
b. II and IV follow b. II, III and IV follow
c. II and III follow c. I, II and IV follow
d. I, II and IV follow d. All follow

42. Statements: 46. Statements:


All books are notes. Some papers are nibs.
Some notes are watches. No file is a cutter.
No watch is a pencil. Some files are papers.
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. Some watches are books. I. Some files are nibs.
II. Some notes are pencils. II. Some papers are cutters.
III. No watch is a book. III. Some files are not nibs.
IV. Some notes are not pencils. IV. Some papers are not cutters.
a. I and either II or IV follow a. Either I or III, and II follow
b. I, III and IV follow b. Either I or III, and IV follow
c. Only I and IV follow c. Either II or IV, and III follow
d. Either I or III and IV follow d. Either II or IV, and either I or III
follow
43. Statements:
Some blondes are Indians. 47. Statements:
Some Asians are blondes. All gardens are boxes.
No Asian is a brunette. Some gardens are flowers.
Conclusions: No chocolates are boxes.
I. Some Indians are Asians. Conclusions:
II. Some blondes are brunettes. I. Some flowers are chocolates.
III. Some brunettes are not blondes. II. No gardens are chocolates.
IV. Some blondes are not brunettes. III. Some flowers are boxes.
a. I and IV follow IV. Some flowers are not chocolates.
b. II and III follow a. II, III and IV follow
c. Only IV follows b. I, III and IV follow
d. Either II or IV and III follow c. Only III and either I or IV follow
d. Only II, III and either I or IV follows

44. Statements: 48. Statements:


All nips are tips. Some bulbs are chocolates.
No coin is a tip. No fruit is a bulb.
Some balls are nips. Only Amul is a chocolate.
Conclusions: Conclusions:
I. Some balls are coins. I. Some fruits are not chocolates.
II. Some balls are tips. II. Some chocolates are not fruits.
III. Some coins are not balls. III. Some bulbs are Amuls.
IV. Some balls are not coins. IV. No bulb is an Amul.
a. Only II and III follow a. Only II and III follow.
b. Only II and IV follow b. Only II and IV follow
c. Only IV follows c. Only IV follows
d. Either I or IV, and III follow d. Only I and III follow
c. Only IV follows
d. Either II or IV follows
49. Statements:
Some Indians are not Africans. 50. Statements
All Africans are Asians. No fruits are mangoes.
Some Asians are Americans. No oranges are potatoes.
Conclusions: All mangoes are oranges.
I. Some Indians are not Asians. Conclusions:
II. Some Indians are not Americans. I. Some fruits are not oranges.
III. All Africans are Americans. II. Some oranges are not fruits.
IV. Some Americans are Indians. III. No mangoes are potatoes.
a. Only I follow IV. Some oranges are fruits.
b. Only II follows a. Only III and I follows
b. Only II and IV follows
c. Only II and III follows
d. Either II or IV and III follow

LOGICAL CONNECTIVES SET-I

Directions for the questions (1 – 13):


Each question has a main statement followed by four statements labelled A, B, C, D. Choose the ordered pair of
statements where the first statement implies the second, and the two statements are logically consistent with the main
statement.

1. Either the mouse is of Logitech make or it is of HP make.


A The mouse is of Logitech make
B The mouse is not of HP make
C The mouse is not of Logitech make
D The mouse is of HP make.
a. AB b. BA c. DC d. AD

2. I will buy either a Honda City or a Lancer.


A I have bought a Honda City.
B I have not bought a Lancer.
C I have bought a Lancer.
D I have not bought a Honda City.
a. AB & CD b. AC Alone c. DC Alone d. BA & DC

3. Either the pen is big or the pencil is small.


A The pen is big.
B The pen is not big.
C The pen is small.
D The pencil is not small.
a. AC b. DB c. BC d. AD

4. If the kangaroo walks, then the monkey jumps.


A The kangaroo did not walk.
B The monkey did not jump.
C The kangaroo walked.
D The monkey jumped.
a. CA & DB b. BC & BA c. BA & CD d. AB & DC
5. If the water is clear then the island is beautiful
A The island is not beautiful.
B The water is clear.
C The island is beautiful.
D The water is not clear.
a. CA b. AD c. CB d. DA

6. Unless you catch the thief, the robberies will not stop.
A The thief has been caught.
B The robberies have stopped.
C The thief has not been caught.
D The robberies have not stopped.
a. CD b. AB c. DC d. DA

7. If the Chief Minister is not re-elected then the minister is not re-elected
A The minister is re-elected.
B The minister is not re-elected.
C The Chief Minister is not re-elected.
D The Chief Minister is re-elected.
a. CA b. BD c. BC d. AD

8. Unless the gangster is arrested, the hostages will be killed.


A The hostages will be killed.
B The gangster is arrested.
C The hostages will not be killed.
D The gangster is not arrested.
a. AD b. CD c. CB d. BA

9. If the Zebra is striped, then the tiger is not striped.


A The Zebra is not striped.
B The tiger is not striped.
C The Zebra is striped.
D The tiger is striped.
a. CB & DA b. BA & CD c. Only CD d. Only BA

10. If the leviathan is big, then the dinosaur is gentle.


A The leviathan is big.
B The leviathan is not big.
C The dinosaur is gentle.
D The dinosaur is not gentle.
a.CA b.BD c. BC d. DB

11. I will buy either a Duster or a Lancer.


A I have bought a Duster.
B I have not bought a Lancer.
C I have bought a Lancer.
D I have not bought a Duster.
a. AB & CD b. AC Alone c. DC Alone d. BA & DC

12. If the Elephant is big, then the giraffe is tall.


A The Elephant is big.
B The Elephant is not big.
C The giraffe is tall.
D The giraffe is not tall.
a.CA b.BD c. BC d. DB
13. The garden is beautiful, if it is well watered.
A The garden is not beautiful.
B it is well watered
C The garden is beautiful.
D it is not well watered
a.CA b.AD c. CB d. DA

14. Either the Keyboard is of make or it is of HP make.


A The Keyboard is of Logitech make
B The Keyboard is not of HP make
C The Keyboard is not of Logitech make
D The Keyboard is of HP make.
a. AB b. BA c. DC d. AD

15. I will buy either a iPhone or a android.


A I have bought a iPhone.
B I have not bought a android.
C I have bought a android.
D I have not bought a iPhone.
a. AB & CD b AC Alone c DC Alone d BA & DC

16. Either the rock is big or the pebble is small.


A The rock is big.
B The rock is not big.
C The pebble is small.
D The pebble is not small.
a. AC b. DB c. BC d. AD

17. If the baby walks, then the frog jumps.


A The baby did not walk.
B The frog did not jump.
C The baby walked.
D The frog jumped.
a. CA & DB b. BC & BA c. BA & CD d. AB & DC

18. The swimming pool is beautiful, if the water is blue.


A The swimming pool is not beautiful.
B The water is blue.
C The swimming pool is beautiful.
D The water is not blue.
a. CA b. AD c. CB d. DA

19. Unless the signal is red, the trains will not stop.
A The signal is red.
B The trains have stopped.
C The signal is not red.
D The trains have not stopped.
a. CD b. AB c. DC d. DA

20. Unless the officer is arrested, the bribes will be stopped.


A The bribes will be stopped.
B The officer is arrested.
C The bribes will not be stopped.
D The officer is not arrested.
a. AD b. CD c. CB d. BA
21. If the Tortoise is slow, then the Rare is not slow.
A The Tortoise is not slow.
B The Rare is not slow.
C The Tortoise is slow.
D The Rare is slow.
a. CB & DA b. BA & CD c. Only CD d. Only BA

22. If the Usha is fast, then the Malleswari is strong.


A The Usha is fast.
B The Usha is not fast.
C The Malleswari is strong.
D The Malleswari is not strong.
a. CA b. BD c. BC d. DB

23. I will buy either a cruiser or a racer.


A I have bought a cruiser.
B I have not bought a racer.
C I have bought a racer.
D I have not bought a cruiser.
a. AB & CD b. AC Alone c. DC Alone d. BA & DC

24. If the Aeroplane is huge, then the cycle is tiny.


A The Aeroplane is huge.
B The Aeroplane is not huge.
C The cycle is tiny.
D The cycle is not tiny.
a. CA b. BD c. BC d. DB

25. Ishwarya is beautiful, if she is having make-up.


A Ishwarya is not beautiful.
B she is having make-up
C Ishwarya is beautiful.
D she is not having make-up
a. CA b. AD c. CB d. DA

Directions for questions (26-37):


In each question there is a main statement followed by four statements A, B, C and D. From the choices, choose the ordered
pair where the first statement implies the second statement and the two are logically consistent with the main statement

26. If it is a Sunday, then I watch a movie.


A. It is not a Sunday.
B. I did not watch a movie.
C. It is a Sunday.
D. I Watched a movie
a. AB b. BA c. DC d. CB e. BC

27. I take leave, whenever my boss is angry.


A. I took leave.
B. My boss is not angry.
C. I did not take leave.
D. My boss is angry
a.AD b. BC c. DC d. AB e. CB
28. Either it is raining or I will go to a movie.
A. It is raining.
B. I t is not raining.
C. I will go to a movie.
D. I will not go to a movie
a. AD b. AC c. BC d. CD e. More than one

29. Unless I receive money from my father, I will not pay my bills.
A. I have paid my bill.
B. I received money from my father.
C. I have not paid my bills.
D. I have not received money from my father
a. DC b. AD c. BA d. CD e. Both 1 & 3

30. Only if an alliance is formed, the parliament can be constituted.


A. The parliament is not constituted.
B. An alliance is formed.
C. An alliance is not formed.
D. The parliament is constituted.
a. AC alone b. CD alone c. DB alone d. Both CA and DB e. Both AC and BD

31. He will go to the temple, only if it is a holiday.


A. It was a holiday.
B. He did not go to the temple.
C. He went to the temple.
D. It was not a holiday.
a. CA alone b. BC alone c. DB alone d. Both CA and DB e.None of these

Directions for questions (20 – 25):


In each question, there is a main statement followed by four statements A, B, C and D. From the choices, choose the
ordered pair where the first statement implies the second statement and the two are logically consistent with the main
statement.

32. If you attend the party, then I will introduce you to them.
A. You have attended the party
B. You did not attend the party
C. I will introduce you to them.
D. I will not introduce you to them.
a. AB b. BD c. CA d. DB

33. Either Ram or Laxman will deliver the book.


A. Ram delivered the box
B. Laxman delivered the book
E. Ram did not deliver the book.
F. Laxman did not deliver the book.
a. BC b. DA c. CD AND AB d. CB AND AD

34. Unless your will is strong, you will not fulfil.


A. Your will is not strong.
B. You will not fulfil.
C. Your will is strong.
D. You will fulfil.
a. AB b. CD c. BA d. AD
35. The government will be in place, only if there is fair poll.
A. The government will be in place.
B. There is fair poll.
C. The government is in place.
D. There is no fair poll.
a. AB b.CD c.BA d. AD

36. Lara creates history, whenever he is in form.


A. Lara is not in form
B. Lara did not create history
C. Lara creates history
D. Lara is in form
a. AD b. BC c.BD d. CB

37. The face of the world would be different, only if Cleo’s nose was shorter.

A. Cleo’s nose was not shorter.


B. Cleo’s nose was shorter.
C. The face of the world was different.
D. The face of the world was not different.
a. AD and CB b. DA and BC c. BC and AD d. CB and DA

38. Vikky will either play cricket or play football.


A. Vikky played football
B. Vikky played cricket
C. Vikky did not play football
D. Vikky did not play cricket
a. DA b. BC c. DB d. DC

39. Either Bindu or Revathi is a genius


A. Bindu is a genius
B. Revathi is a genius
C. Bindu is not a genius
D. Revathi is not a genius
a. DC b. BC c. DB d. DA

40. If it is a Holiday, then I will play Cricket.


A. It is not a holiday.
B. I did not play cricket.
C. It is a holiday.
D. I played cricket
a. AB b. BA c. DC d. CB e. BC

41. I take leave, whenever I need.


A. I took leave.
B. I need.
C. I did not need.
D. My boss is angry
a.AD b. BC c. DC d. AB e. CB
42. Either it is raining or I will go to my friend house.
A. It is raining.
B. I t is not raining.
C. I will go to my friend house.
D. I will not go to my friend house
a. AD b. AC c. BC d. CD e. More than one

43. Unless I receive money from my Uncle, I will not pay my hostel fee.
A. I have paid my hostel fee.
B. I received money from my uncle.
C. I have not paid my hostel fee.
D. I have not received money from my uncle
a. DC b. AD c. BA d. CD e. Both 1 & 3

LOGICAL CONNECTIVES SET-II

Directions for questions 1 to 10: Each question below consists of a main statement followed by four statements A, B, C
and D. From those statements, select the one that logically follows the main statement.

1. If Raju plays well, then the team can win the match.
A. Raju did not play well, implies the team did not win the match.
B. The team won the match, implies Raju played well.
C. The team did not win the match, implies Raju did not play well.
D. More than one of the above.

2. Either he plays Ludo or eats breakfast.


A. He is playing Ludo, implies he is not eating breakfast.
B. He is not eating breakfast implies he is playing Ludo.
C. He is eating breakfast implies he is not playing Ludo.
D. All of the above

3. Unless the mountain is low, river will not be high.


A. The river is low, means the mountain is high.
B. The mountain is not low implies the river will not be high.
C. The river is high, hence the mountain is low.
D. Both B. and C.

4. Only if the flight does not leave late, he can attend the ceremony.
A. He attended the ceremony implies the flight left on time.
B. He could not attend the ceremony implies the flight left late.
C. The flight left late implies he could not attend the ceremony.
D. More than one of the above

5. Whenever I go to hospital, I pray to doctor.


A. I prayed to doctor means I did not go to hospital.
B. I did not pray to doctor implies I did not go to hospital.
C. I did not go to hospital implies I did not pray to doctor.
D. Both B. and C.
6. Either he drinks Juice or eats lunch.
A. He is drinking Juice, implies he is not eating lunch.
B. He is not eating lunch implies he is drinking Juice.
C. He is eating lunch implies he is not drinking Juice.
D. All of the above

7. If he conserves water, then he can win the battle.


A. He won the race, implies he conserved battle.
B. He did not conserve water, implies he did not win the battle.
C. He Conserved water means he did not win the battle.
D. He did not win the battle, implies he conserved water.
E. He did not win the battle, implies he did not conserve water.

8. Whenever Siddu hits a six, I feel happy.


A. Siddu did not hit a six, hence I did not feel happy.
B. I Felt happy, means that Siddu hit a six.
C. I did not feel happy, means that Siddu did not hit a six.
D. I felt happy, mean Siddu did not hit a six.
E. Both A & C.

9. Either the crow plays or it cries.


A. The crow is not crying means that the child is not playing.
B. he crow is playing, it is crying.
C. The crow is not playing, implies it is not crying.
D. The crow is not crying implies that it is playing.
E. None of these.

10. Only if the rain arrives on time, then the trees can be grown.
A. trees are not growing, implies the rain did not arrive on time.
B. trees are growing, means that the rain arrived on time.
C. The rain arrived on time, hence trees are growing.
D. trees are not growing; therefore the rain arrived on time.
E. More than one of the above.

Directions for questions 11 to 16: Each question below consists of a main statement followed by four answer choices.
From the answer choices, select the one that logically follows the main statement.
11. If drama is super hit; then I watch it.
A. I watched a drama means it is a super hit.
B. The drama is super hit, hence I do not watch it.
C. I did not watch a drama, though it was super hit.
D. I did not watch a drama implies that the movie was not super hit.

12. Whenever it is cold, I wear a jeans.


A. It is cold implies, I am wearing a jeans.
B. I did not wear a jeans implies it was not cold.
C. It is cold but I did not wear the jeans.
D. Both A and B

13. Either Geeta cooks or Sita brings the food Parcel.


A. Geeta cooks means Sita will not bring the food parcel.
B. Sita did not bring the food parcel hence Geeta cooked.
C. Geeta is cooking hence Sita has brought the food parcel.
D. Sita did not bring food parcel implies that Geeta did not cook.
14. Only if David does not come, then Singh will come to the party.
A. David came hence Singh will also come to the party.
B. Singh will not come to the party hence David will come.
C. Singh has come to the party means David is not coming.
D. David has not come hence Singh has come to the party.

15. Unless I have Briyani, I cannot enjoy my dinner.


A. I have Briyani, so I can enjoy my dinner.
B. I can enjoy my dinner means I have Briyani
C. I do not have Briyani implies I cannot enjoy my dinner.
D. Both B and C

16. If I can swim, then I can cross the river.


A. I can swim hence I can cross the river.
B. I cannot cross the river implies I cannot swim.
C. I can swim hence I cannot cross the river.
D. Both A and B

Directions for questions (17-23):


Each question below consists of a main statement followed by four numbered statements. From the numbered statements,
select the one that logically follows the main statement.
17. If he conserves energy, then he can win the race.
A. He won the race, implies he conserved energy.
B. He did not conserve energy, implies he did not win the race.
C. He Conserved energy means he did not win the race
D. He did not win the race, implies he conserved energy.
E. He did not win the race, implies he did not conserve energy.

18. Whenever Sachin hits a six, I feel elated.


A. Sachin did not hit a six, hence I did not feel elated.
B. I Felt elated, means that sachin hit a six.
C. I did not feel elated, means that Sachin did not hit a six.
D. I felt elated, mean Sachin did not hit a six
E. Both A & C.

19. Either the child plays or it cries.


A. The child is not crying means that the child is not playing.
B. he child is playing, it is crying.
C. The child is not playing, implies it is not crying.
D. The child is not crying implies that it is playing.
E. None of these.

20. Only if the monsoon arrives on time, then the crops can be grown.
A. Crops are not growing, implies the monsoon did not arrive on time.
B. Crops are growing, means that the monsoon arrived on time.
C. The monsoon arrived on time, hence crops are growing.
D. Crops are not growing, therefore the monsoon arrived on time.
E. More than one of the above.

Directions for questions 21 to 30: Each question below consists of a main statement followed by four answer choices.
From the answer choices, select the one that logically follows the main statement.

21. If movie is super hit; then I watch it.


A. I watched a movie means it is a super hit.
B. The movie is super hit, hence I do not watch it.
C. I did not watch a movie, though it was super hit.
D. I did not watch a movie implies that the movie was not super hit.
22. Whenever it is cold, I wear a jacket.
A. It is cold implies, I am wearing a jacket.
B. I did not wear a jacket implies it was not cold.
C. It is cold but I did not wear the jacket.
D. Both A. and B.

23. Either Shaheen cooks or Salim brings the food Parcel.


A. Shaheen cooks means salim will not bring the food parcel.
B. Salim did not bring the food parcel hence Shaheen cooked.
C. Shaheen is cooking hence Salim has brought the food parcel.
D. Salim did not bring food parcel implies that Shaheen did not cook.

24. Only if Raj does not come, then Geetika will come to the party.
A. Raj came hence Geetika will also come to tho party.
B. Geetika will not come to the party hence Raj will come.
C. Geetika has come to the party means Raj is not coming.
D. Raj has not come hence Geetika has come to the party.

25. Unless I have money, I cannot enjoy my weekend.


A. I have money, so I can enjoy my weekend.
B. I can enjoy my weekend means I have money
C. I do not have money implies I cannot enjoy my weekend.
D. Both B. and C.

26. If I can swim, then I can clear the exam.


A. I can swim hence I can clear the exam.
B. I cannot clear the exam implies I cannot swim.
C. I can swim hence I cannot clear the exam.
D. Both A. and B.

27. India will talk, only if the terrorists are handed over.
A. The terrorists are handed over; hence India will talk.
B. India will not talk implies that the terrorists have not been handed over.
C. India will talk though the terrorists are not handed over.
D. India will talk implies the terrorists are handed over.

28. Whenever there is demand, there will be supply.


A. There is supply hence there is demand.
B. There is demand, hence there will be supply.
C. There is no supply, implies that there is no demand.
D. Both B. and C.

29. Suhasita purchases either a cooler or a refrigerator.


A. Suhasita is not purchasing a cooler implies she is purchasing a refrigerator.
B. Suhasita is not purchasing a refrigerator implies she is purchasing a cooler.
C. Suhasita is purchasing neither a cooler nor a refrigerator.
D. Both A. and B.

30. I will not have enemies, unless I fight.


A. I fight implies I will have enemies.
B. I do not fight implies I will not have enemies.
C. I have enemies implies I fight.
D. Both B. and C.
Directions for questions 31 to 36: In each question, there is a main statement followed by four statements a, b, c and d.
From the choices, choose the pair in which the first statement implies the second statement and the two are logically
consistent with the main statement.

31. Teachers can teach, only if students are well mannered.


A. Teachers can teach.
B. Students are not well mannered.
C. Teachers cannot teach.
D. Students are well mannered.
a. AB b. BC c. DA d. CD

32. Prajakta is healthy, whenever she is happy.


A. Prajakta is not happy.
B. Prajakta is happy.
C. Prajakta is healthy.
D. Prajakta is not healthy.
a. CB b. BC c. DA d. BC and DA

33. Rohit is suffering either from malaria or from typhoid.


A. Rohit is not suffering from typhoid.
B. Rohit is suffering from malaria.
C. Rohit is not suffering from malaria.
D. Rohit is suffering from typhoid.
a. AB b. AC c. BC d. DC

34. Manjula works, unless she is married.


A. Manjula is not married.
B. Manjula is married.
C. Manjula works.
D. Manjula does not work.
a. CA b. BD c. BD and AC d. AC and DB

35. If tea is sweet, then Samarth cannot drink it.


A. Samarth can drink tea.
B. Tea is not sweet.
C. Samarth cannot drink tea.
D. Tea is sweet.
a. CB b. AB c. AB and BC d. AB and DC

36. Nisha will do an MBA only if she gets admission into a good college.
A. Nisha will not do MBA.
B. Nisha got admission into a good college.
C. Nisha did not get admission into a good college.
D. Nisha will do MBA.
a. BD b. DB c. AC d. CD

Directions for questions 37 to 40: Each question given below has a statement followed by four different statements.
Choose the one which is the correct negation of the given statement.

37. If it is the post of a Team leader, then Shastri will join the company.
A. It is the post of a Team leader, but Shastri will not joining the company.
B. The post is not of a Team leader, but Shastri will join the company.
C. Shastri will not join the company as the post is not of a Team leader.
D. Shastri will join the company as the post is that of a Team leader.
38. I cannot make tomato soup, unless I have some onions.
A. I have onions but I cannot make tomato soup.
B. I do not have onions hence I cannot make tomato soup.
C. I made tomato soup though 1 do not have onions.
D. I have onions hence I can make tomato soup.

39. Only if Tara is happy, then she does not go to work


A. Tara is not happy and she does not go to work
B. Tara is happy and she goes to work.
C. Tara is not happy and she goes to work.
D. Tara is happy and she does not go to work.

40. Paul is popular either as a lead guitarist or as a base guitarist.


A. Paul is popular as a lead guitarist but not as a base guitarist.
B. Paul is famous neither as a lead guitarist nor as base guitarist.
C. Paul is not popular as base guitarist but popular as a lead guitarist.
D. Paul is popular as both a lead guitarist and as a base guitarist.

Directions for questions 41 to 45: Each question below consists of a main statement followed by four statements A, B, C
and D. From those statements, select the one that logically follows the main statement.

41. If Dravid plays well, then the team can win Table Tennis.
A. Dravid did not play well, implies the team did not win Table Tennis.
B. The team won Table Tennis, implies Dravid played well.
C. The team did not win Table Tennis, implies Dravid did not play well.
D. More than one of the above.

42. Either he plays cricket or eats biscuit.


A. He is playing cricket, implies he is not eating biscuit.
B. He is not eating biscuit implies he is playing cricket.
C. He is eating biscuit implies he is not playing cricket.
D. All of the above

43. Unless the inflation is low, economic growth will not be high.
A. The economic growth is low, means the inflation is high.
B. The inflation is not low implies the economic growth will not be high.
C. The economic growth is high, hence the inflation is low.
D. Both B. and C.

44. Only if the train does not leave late, he can attend the interview.
A. He attended the interview implies the train left on time.
B. He could not attend the interview implies the train left late.
C. The train left late implies he could not attend the interview.
D. More than one of the above

45. Whenever I go to church, I pray to god.


A. I prayed to god means I did not go to church.
B. I did not pray to god implies I did not go to church.
C. I did not go to church implies I did not pray to god.
D. Both B. and C.

Directions for questions 46 to 50: Each question given below has a statement followed by four different statements.
Choose the one which is the correct negation of the given statement.
46. If it is the post of a manager, then Shastri will join the firm.
A. It is the post of a manager, but Shastri will not joining the firm.
B. The post is not of a manager, but Shastri will join the firm.
C. Shastri will not join the company as the post is not of a firm.
D. Shastri will join the company as the post is that of a firm.

47. I cannot make ice, unless I have some water.


A. I have water but I cannot make ice.
B. I do not have water hence I cannot make ice.
C. I made ice though 1 do not have water.
D. I have water hence I can make ice.

48. Only if Priya is happy, then she does not go to University


A. Priya is not happy and she does not go to University
B. Priya is happy and she goes to University.
C. Priya is not happy and she goes to University.
D. Priya is happy and she does not go to University.

49. Zakir is popular either as a lead tabalist or as a base tabalist.


A. Zakir is popular as a lead tabalist but not as a base tabalist.
B. Zakir is famous neither as a lead tabalist nor as base tabalist.
C. Zakir is not popular as base tabalist but popular as a lead tabalist.
D. Zakir is popular as both a lead tabalist and as a base tabalist.

50. I cannot make homework, unless I have stationary.


A. I have stationary but I cannot make homework.
B. I do not have stationary hence I cannot make homework.
C. I made homework though I do not have stationary.
D. I have stationary hence I can make homework.

VENN DIAGRAMS SET-I

Questions (1 – 5): Study the following figure and answer the questions given below:

1. If hospital management requires only married trained nurses for operation theatre, which part of diagram should be
chosen by him?
A. 7 B. 4 C. 5 D. 6

2. By which number, married but untrained nurses in the hospital are represented?
A. 4 B. 6 C. 7 D. 5
3. By which numbers trained nurses are represented?
A. 3, 6 B. 7, 5 C. 5, 6 D. 1, 5

4. What is represented by the number 7?


A. Married nurses in the hospital B. Trained nurses
C. Unmarried trained nurses D. Married trained nurses

5. By which number, the trained unmarried nurses in the hospital are represented?
A. 6 B. 5 C. 7 D.4

Questions (6 - 10): In the following diagram


Rectangle represents men,
Triangle represents educated,
Circle represents urban and
Square represents government employees.

6. Which one of the following represents the educated men but not urban?
A.9 B.5 C.4 D. 11

7. Which one of the following represents only men in urban?


A. 14 B.5 C. 12 D. 11

8. Which one of the following represents men who are government employees but not from urban?
A.13 B.10 C. 12 D. 11

9. Which one of the following represents men who is urban as well as government employee?
A. 7 B.13 C.10 D.6

10. Which one of the following represents educated from urban?


A. 4 B.5 C. 12 D. 11
Questions (11 - 15):
In a class of 70 students 30 visited Ooty Hill stations, 40visited Horsley Hills and 10 visited both of them.

11. How many visited none of the hill stations?


a. 10 b. 20 c. 40 d. 35

12. How many visited only Ooty Hill station?


a. 10 b. 25 c. 15 d. 20

13. How many visited only Horsley Hill station?


a. 40 b. 35 c. 30 d. 25

14. How many visited at least one of the two hill stations?
a. 30 b. 40 c. 50 d. 60
15. How many visited at most one of the two hill stations?
a. 20 b. 60 c. 30 d. 40

Questions (16 – 20)


In a class of 150 students 55 speak English, 85 speak Telugu and 30 speak neither English nor Telugu.

16. How many speak both English & Telugu?


a. 10 b. 120 c. 20 d. 45

17. How many speak only Telugu?


a. 85 b. 55 c. 95 d. 65

18. How many speak at least one of the two languages from English & Telugu?
a. 110 b. 120 c. 130 d. 100

19. How many speak only English?


a. 35 b. 55 c. 45 d. 25

20. How many speak at most one of the two languages from English & Telugu?
a. 110 b. 120 c. 130 d. 100

Questions (21 – 25)


In a class of 100 students, 60play Table tennis, 20 play both Volley ball and Table tennis 10 play neither Table
tennis nor Volley ball.

21. How many play Volley ball?


a. 50 b. 30 c. 20 d. 40

22. How many play only Table tennis?


a. 50 b. 30 c. 20 d. 40

23. How many play at least one game?


a. 60 b. 70 c. 80 d. 90

24. How many play at most one game?


a. 60 b. 70 c. 80 d. 90

25. How many play only Volley ball?


a. 50 b. 30 c. 20 d. 40

Questions (26 – 30)


In a class of 70 students 30 failed in mathematics and 35 failed in statistics. 10 students passed in both the subjects.

26. How many failed in both the subjects?


a. 65 b. 60 c. 5 d. 15

27. How many students passed only in mathematics?


a. 40 b. 30 c. 15 d. 20

28. How many students passed exactly in one of the two subjects?
a. 60 b. 55 c. 40 d. 35

29. 27. How many students passed only in statistics?


a. 40 b. 30 c. 25 d. 20
30. What percent of the students who failed in math’s also failed in statistics?
a. 16 2/3 % b. 25% c. 12 ½ % d. 83 1/3 %

Questions (31 – 35)


In a class of 120 students 50 failed in C and 80 failed in Java. 20 students passed in both the subjects.

31. How many failed in both the subjects?


a. 20 b. 30 c. 35 d. 45

32. How many students passed only in C?


a. 40 b. 30 c. 15 d. 50

33. How many students passed exactly in one of the two subjects?
a. 60 b. 55 c. 40 d. 75

34. How many students passed only in Java?


a. 40 b. 20 c. 25 d. 30

35. What percent of the students who failed in C also failed in Java?
a. 60% b. 50% c. 20 % d. 80 %

Questions (36 – 40)


In a survey of 150 readers, it has been found that 75 read newspaper A, 90 read newspaper B and 70 read
newspaper C. 40 read A & B, 35 read B & C, 30 read A & C and 10 read all the three.

36. How many respondents read none of the newspapers?


a. 30 b. 20 c. 10 d. 40

37. How many read exactly two newspapers?


a. 75 b. 105 c. 95 d. 85

38.How many read exactly one newspaper?


a. 35 b. 55 c. 235 d. 120

39. How many read neither A nor B?


a. 45 b. 70 c. 110 d. 25

40. How many read at least two newspapers?


a. 35 b. 55 c. 85 d. 75

Questions (41 – 45)


In a survey of 170 people, it has been found that 90 eatidly, 85 eat vada and 65 eat dosa. 50eat idly &vada, 30eat
vada&dosa, 40 eat idly &dosa and 20 eat all the three.

41. How many personseat none of them?


a. 30 b. 20 c. 10 d. 40

42. How many eat exactly two of the varieties?


a. 80 b. 60 c. 70 d. 40

43. How many eat exactly one variety?


a. 35 b. 55 c. 50 d. 60

44. How many eat neither dosa nor vada?


a. 45 b. 70 c. 50 d. 25
45. How many eatat least twovarieties?
a. 35 b. 55 c. 85 d. 80

Questions (46 – 50):


In a class, there are 70 students. For every 3 students playing cricket, there are 4 students playing hockey. For every
6 students playing cricket, there are 2 students playing both cricket & hockey and 2 students playing none.

46. How many students play only hockey?


a. 38 b. 30 c. 24 d. 12

47. How many students play both?


a. 10 b. 15 c. 18 d. 12

48. How many students play only cricket?


a. 10 b. 15 c. 18 d. 20

49. If the students who play both cricket & hockey stop playing cricket, then what percentage of the total number of
students play cricket?
a. 50% b. 57 1/7% c. 66 2/3% d.28 4/7 %

50. If 50% of those playing only hockey stop playing hockey and start playing cricket, what is the ratio of the number of
students playing hockey to those playing cricket?
a. 3:4 b. 2:5 c. 5:6 d. 5:9

VENN DIAGRAMS SET-II

Questions (1 – 5)

In an office, there are 180 employees. For every 4employees having Benz, there are 5employees having Audi. For
every 8employees having Benz, there are 2 employees having both Benz & Audi and 2 employees having none.

1. How many employees have only Audi?


a. 80 b. 30 c. 40 d. 120

2. How many employees have both?


a. 10 b. 15 c. 20 d. 25

3. If the employees who have both Benz & Audi sold Benz, then what percentage of the total number of employees having
Benz?
a. 50% b. 57 1/7% c. 26 2/3% d.331/3 %

4. If 50% of those having only Audi sold Audi and buy Benz, what is the ratio of the number of employees having Audi to
those having Benz?
a. 3:4 b. 2:3 c. 1:2 d. 5:2

5. How many employees have only Benz?


a. 10 b. 60 c. 20 d. 50

Questions (6 – 9)
In a certain class 40% of the students take coffee, 40% take tea and 50% take milk. 10% take all the three. Also 20 % take
coffee and tea, 20% take tea and milk and 20% take coffee and milk. 10 students do not take any of the three.
6. How many students are there in the class?
a. 100 b. 80 c. 50 d.40

7.What percentage of students take exactly two of the three drinks?


a. 40% b.30% c. 60% d. 50%

8. What percentage of the coffee drinkers drink only coffee?


a. 25% b. 10% c.20% d.30%

9.What is the ratio of the number of students who take coffee to that of those who take only milk?
a. 2:3 b.4:5 c.3:4 d.2:1

Questions (10 – 12)


In a class, it was found that 165 had brown eyes; 160 had black hair and 175 had broad forehead. 155 had at least 2 of the
qualities and 25 had all the three qualities.

10. How many had only one quality?


a. 345 b. 320 c. 165 d. 180

11. How many had exactly 2 qualities?


a. 130 b. 155 c. 230 d. 185

12. If 25 had none of the above qualities how many students were there in the class?
a. 360 b. 475 c. 345 d. 450

Questions (13 - 17)


Out of a group of 245 pilgrims, 105 visited Badrinath, 95 visited Kedarnath and 95 visited Somnath. 15 of them
visited all three shrines while 190 visited exactly one of the three shrines. The number of pilgrims who visited exactly two
out of the three shrines is three times as many as those who have not visited any one of the three shrines.

13. How many pilgrims have not visited any one of the three shrines?
a. 20 b. 10 c. 15 d. 25

14. How many pilgrims visited not more than one shrine?
a. 50 b. 100 c. 150 d. 200

15. If the number of pilgrims who have visited at least one of the two shrines Kedarnath and Somnath is 165, then how
many pilgrims visited only Kedrinath and Somnath?
a. 20 b. 30 c. 10 d. 15

16. If 180 pilgrims visited atleast one of the two shrvines Kedarnath or Badrinath, then how many pilgrims visited only
Somnath?
a. 55 b. 40 c. 35 d. 60

17. If there is nobody who visited only Badrinath and Somnath, then how many people visited only Kedarnath?
a. 90 b. 80 c. 70 d. 50

Questions (18 - 20)


A Survey was conducted among 402 persons regarding their interest in movies, dancing and games. It was found
that 100 people like games. 142 people like movies or dancing but not games. 220 people like neither games nor movies.
262 people do not like movies.

18. How many people like dancing only?


a. 60 b. 50 c. 80 d. None of these
19. How many people like movies?
a. 82 b. 142 c. 162 d. 140

20. If 102 people like at least two, then how many people like only movies or only games or neither?
a. 160 b. 240 c. 190 d. cannot be determined

Questions (21 - 23)


A survey is conducted among 402 persons regarding their interest in movies, dancing and games It was found that:
100 people like games
142 people like movies or dancing but not games
220 people like neither games nor movies
262 people do not like movies

21. How many people like dancing only?


a. 60 b. 50 c. 70 d. 80

22. How many people like movies?


a. 82 b. 142 c. 140 d. 150

23. If 102 people like at least two then how many people like only movies or only games or neither?
a. 160 b. 240 c. 190 d. 200

Questions (24 - 27)


In a school of 500 students, 180 students play cricket, 220 students play Hockey and 210 students play badminton.

24. What is the maximum possible number of students who play exactly two games?
a. 195 b. 180 c. 305 d. 500

25. If each student plays at least one game then what is the maximum possible number of students who play all the three
games?
a. 80 b. 55 c. 160 d. 110

26. If the number of students who play exactly two games is 50, then the number of students who play at most one game is
at least?
a. 280 b. 360 c. 320 d. 240

27. If each student plays at least one game, and 70 students play exactly two games, then the maximum possible number of
students who play only cricket is?
a. 180 b. 160 c. 140 d. 130

Questions (28 - 32)


In a company, there are 500 employees. 180 employees do not have a car. 270 employees do not have a bike and
280 employees do not have a scooter. 10 employees do not have any of the three. 420 employees have a car or a bike. 430
employees have a car or a bike. 430 employees have a car or a scooter. 370 employees have a bike or a scooter.

28. How many employees have both a car and a scooter?


a. 110 b. 100 c. 120 d. 90

29. How many employees have a car or a bike but not a scooter?
a. 180 b. 130 c. 120 d. 270

30. How many employees have all the three vehicles?


a. 40 b. 70 c. 60 d. 50
31. How many employees have only a bike and a scooter?
a. 30 b. 50 c. 40 d. 60

32. How many employees have neither a bike nor a scooter?


a. 110 b. 80 c. 90 d. 130

Questions (33 - 35)


There are 90 men in a group. 35 of them like both tea and coffee. The number of men who like tea is thrice that of
those who like only coffee. The number of men who like only tea is 5/2 times that of those who like neither tea nor coffee.

33. How many men like only coffee?


a. 35 b. 40 c. 50 d. 55

34. How many men like neither tea nor coffee?


a. 15 b. 20 c. 10 d. 5

35. How many men like at least one of the two beverages?
a. 80 b. 50 c. 45 d. 60

Questions (36 - 38)


In an office half of the employees speak Hindi, half the number of employees who cannot speak English speak both
the languages. 20% of the number of employees who speak Hindi but not English speak neither Hindi nor English.

36. If there are96peoplein the office, then how many people speak only English?
a. 54 b. 36 c. 42 d. 48

37. If 108 people speak only one language then how many people are there in the office?
a. 144 b. 160 c. 128 d. 135

38. If the sum of the number of people who can speak both the languages and none of the language is 20, then how many
people speak English?
a. 50 b. 45 c. 55 d. 60

Directions for questions 39 to 42:


These questions are based on the following data. In a class, 30% of the students gave their names to participate in
the NSS and 75% to participate in the NCC. Three students participate in neither of these two and six students wanted to
participate in both.

39. How many students are there in the class?


a. 100 b. 75 c. 60 d. 80

40. What percentage of students wants to participate only in the NSS?


a. 30% b. 25% c. 15% d. 20%

41. What percentage of students wants to participate in only one programme either NSS/NCC?
a. 85% b. 90% c. 75% d. 20%

42. How many students want to participate in at least one programme?


a. 97 b. 87 c. 147 d. 57

Direction for Questions 43 to 45: These questions are based on the following information.
A survey was conducted among 440 students. According to the survey, 220 students like Football, 230 students like
Cricket, 190 students like Hockey, 100 students like Football and Cricket, 60 students like Cricket and Hockey, 90 students
like Football and Hockey and 30 students like none of the three games.
43. How many students like Football, Cricket as well as Hockey?
a. 10 b. 20 c. 30 d. 40

44. How many students like Football or Hockey but not Cricket?
a. 200 b. 320 c. 300 d. 180

45. What is the difference between the number of students who like at least two games and the number of students who like
at most one game?
a. 0 b. 10 c. 20 d.None of these

Directions for questions 46 to 48:


These questions are based on the data given below: A survey was conducted among a group of players. It was
found that. 62% play cricket, 52% play volleyball and 56% play football. 38% play both cricket and volleyball whereas
32% play both volleyball and football and 39% play cricket and football. 30% play all the three games and 45 people play
none of the games.

46. How many players play exactly two games?


a. 95 b. 105 c. 85 d. 160

47. What is the ratio between the number of players who play only cricket and the number of players who play only
football?
a.2:1 b.1:1 c.1:2 d.5:6

48. What percentage of the players surveyed do not play any of the games?
a. 10 b.9 c. 15 d. 45

Directions for questions 49 to 50: These questions are based on the following information.
In a class 40% of students passed in Physics and 25% of those who failed in Physics also failed in Chemistry. The
number of students who passed only in one subject is equal to four times the number of students who failed in both the
subjects.

49. What is the percentage of students who passed only in Physics?


a. 10% b.15% c. 5% d. 20%

50. What is the percentage of students who passed in both the subjects?
a.15% b. 20% c.25% d. 30%

Questions (51 – 55)


In an office, there are 180 employees. For every 4employees having Maruthi, there are 5 employees having
Hyundai. For every 8employees having Maruthi, there are 2 employees having both Maruthi & Hyundai and 2 employees
having none.

51. How many employees have only Hyundai?


a. 80 b. 30 c. 40 d. 120

52. How many employees have both?


a. 10 b. 15 c. 20 d. 25

53. If the employees who have both Maruthi & Hyundai sold Maruthi, then what percentage of the total number of
employees having Maruthi?
a. 50% b. 57 1/7% c. 26 2/3% d.331/3 %
54. If 50% of those having only Hyundai sold Hyundai and buy Maruthi, what is the ratio of the number of employees
having Hyundai to those having Maruthi?
a. 3:4 b. 2:3 c. 1:2 d. 5:2

55. How many employees have only Maruthi?


a. 10 b. 60 c. 20 d. 50

Questions (56 – 58)


In a class, it was found that 165 had Reading; 160 had Walking and 175 had Playing. 155 had at least 2 of the Habits and
25 had all the three Habits.

56. How many had only one Habit?


a. 345 b. 320 c. 165 d. 180

57. How many had exactly 2 Habits?


a. 130 b. 155 c. 230 d. 185

58. If 25 had none of the above Habits how many students were there in the class?
a. 360 b. 475 c. 345 d. 450
Questions (59 – 62)
In a certain class 40% of the students take coke, 40% take Thumbs Up and 50% take Limca. 10% take all the three. Also 20
% take coke and Thumbs Up, 20% take Thumbs Up and Limca and 20% take coke and Limca. 10 students do not take any
of the three.

59. How many students are there in the class?


a. 100 b. 80 c. 50 d.40

60. What percentage of students take exactly two of the three drinks?
a. 40% b.30% c. 60% d. 50%

61. What percentage of the coke drinkers drink only coke?


a. 25% b. 10% c.20% d.30%

62. What is the ratio of the number of students who take coke to that of those who take only Limca?
a. 2:3 b.4:5 c.3:4 d.2:1

Questions (63 - 67)


Out of a group of 245 pilgrims, 105 visited Ooty, 95 visited Kodaikenal and 95 visited Coorg. 15 of them visited all
three Cities while 190 visited exactly one of the three Cities. The number of pilgrims who visited exactly two out of the
three Cities is three times as many as those who have not visited any one of the three Cities.

63. How many pilgrims have not visited any one of the three Cities?
a. 20 b. 10 c. 15 d. 25

64. How many pilgrims visited not more than one City?
a. 50 b. 100 c. 150 d. 200

65. If the number of pilgrims who have visited at least one of the two Cities Kodaikenal and Coorg is 165, then how many
pilgrims visited only Kedrinath and Coorg?
a. 20 b. 30 c. 10 d. 15

66. If 180 pilgrims visited atleast one of the two cities Kodaikenal or Ooty , then how many pilgrims visited only Coorg?
a. 55 b. 40 c. 35 d. 60

67. If there is nobody who visited only Ooty and Coorg, then how many people visited only Kodaikenal?

a. 90 b. 80 c. 70 d. 50
Questions (68 - 70)
A Survey was conducted among 402 persons regarding their interest in reading, dancing and playing. It was found
that 100 people like Playing. 142 people like Reading or dancing but not playing. 220 people like neither Playing nor
Reading. 262 people do not like Reading.

68. How many people like dancing only?


a. 60 b. 50 c. 80 d. None of these

69. How many people like Reading?


a. 82 b. 142 c. 162 d. 140

70. If 102 people like at least two, then how many people like only Reading or only Playing or neither?
a. 160 b. 240 c. 190 d. Cannot be determined

Questions (71 - 73)


A survey is conducted among 402 persons regarding their interest in playing cricket, playing football and playing hockey it
was found that:
100 people like playing hockey
142 people like playing cricket or playing football but not playing hockey
220 people like neither playing hockey nor playing cricket
262 people do not like playing cricket

71. How many people like playing football only?


a. 60 b. 50 c. 70 d. 80

72. How many people like playing cricket?


a. 82 b. 142 c. 140 d. 150

73. If 102 people like at least two then how many people like only playing cricket or only playing hockey or neither?
a. 160 b. 240 c. 190 d. 200

Questions (74 - 77)


In a school of 500 students, 180 students play chess, 220 students play Tennis and 210 students play kabadi.

74. What is the maximum possible number of students who play exactly two games?
a. 195 b. 180 c. 305 d. 500

75. If each student plays at least one game then what is the maximum possible number of students who play all the three
games?
a. 80 b. 55 c. 160 d. 110

76. If the number of students who play exactly two games is 50, then the number of students who play at most one game is
at least?
a. 280 b. 360 c. 320 d. 240

77. If each student plays at least one game, and 70 students play exactly two games, then the maximum possible number of
students who play only chess is?
a. 180 b. 160 c. 140 d. 130

Questions (78 - 82)

In a company, there are 500 employees. 180 employees do not have a hyundai car. 270 employees do not have a Honda
bike and 280 employees do not have a TVS Bike. 10 employees do not have any of the three. 420 employees have a
hyundai car or a Honda bike. 430 employees have a hyundai car or a Honda bike. 430 employees have a hyundai car or a
TVS Bike. 370 employees have a Honda bike or a TVS Bike.
78. How many employees have both a hyundai car and a TVS Bike?
a. 110 b. 100 c. 120 d. 90

79. How many employees have a hyundai car or a Honda bike but not a TVS Bike?
a. 180 b. 130 c. 120 d. 270

80. How many employees have all the three vehicles?


a. 40 b. 70 c. 60 d. 50

81. How many employees have only a Honda bike and a TVS Bike?
a. 30 b. 50 c. 40 d. 60

82. How many employees have neither a Honda bike nor a TVS Bike?
a. 110 b. 80 c. 90 d. 130

Questions (83 - 85)


There are 90 men in a group. 35 of them like both fanta and pulpy orange. The number of men who like fanta is
thrice that of those who like only pulpy orange. The number of men who like only fanta is 5/2 times that of those who like
neither fanta nor pulpy orange.

83. How many men like only pulpy orange?


a. 35 b. 40 c. 50 d. 55

84. How many men like neither fanta nor pulpy orange?
a. 15 b. 20 c. 10 d. 5

85. How many men like at least one of the two drinks?
a. 80 b. 50 c. 45 d. 60

Questions (86 - 88)


In an organisation half of the employees speak Marathi; half the number of employees who cannot speak English
speak both the languages. 20% of the number of employees who speak Marathi but not English speak neither Marathi nor
English.

86. If there are96peoplein the office, then how many people speak only English?
a. 54 b. 36 c. 42 d. 48

87. If 108 people speak only one language then how many people are there in the office?
a. 144 b. 160 c. 128 d. 135

88. If the sum of the number of people who can speak both the languages and none of the language is 20, then how many
people speak English?
a. 50 b. 45 c. 55 d. 60

Directions for questions (89 to 92):


These questions are based on the following data. In a class, 30% of the students gave their names to participate in
the NSS and 75% to participate in the NCC. Three students participate in neither of these two and six students wanted to
participate in both.

89. How many students are there in the class?


a. 100 b. 75 c. 60 d. 80

90. What percentage of students wants to participate only in the NSS?


a. 30% b. 25% c. 15% d. 20%

91. What percentage of students wants to participate in only one programme either NSS/NCC?
a. 85% b. 90% c. 75% d. 20%
92. How many students want to participate in at least one programme?
a. 97 b. 87 c. 147 d. 57
Direction for Questions (93 to 95):
These questions are based on the following information.
A survey was conducted among 440 students. According to the survey, 220 students like Mango, 230 students like
Apple, 190 students like Pineapple, 100 students like Mango and Apple, 60 students like Apple and Pineapple, 90 students
like Mango and Pineapple and 30 students like none of the three games.

93. How many students like Mango, Apple as well as Pineapple?


a. 10 b. 20 c. 30 d. 40

94. How many students like Mango or Pineapple but not Apple?
a. 200 b. 320 c. 300 d. 180

95. What is the difference between the number of students who like at least two games and the number of students who like
at most one game?
a. 0 b. 10 c. 20 d. None of these

Directions for questions (96 to 98):


These questions are based on the data given below: A survey was conducted among a group of players. It was
found that. 62% play tennis, 52% play volleyball and 56% play baseball. 38% play both tennis and volleyball whereas 32%
play both volleyball and baseball and 39% play tennis and baseball. 30% play all the three games and 45 people play none
of the games.

96. How many players play exactly two games?


a. 95 b. 105 c. 85 d. 160

97. What is the ratio between the number of players who play only tennis and the number of players who play only
baseball?
a.2:1 b.1:1 c.1:2 d.5:6

98. What percentage of the players surveyed do not play any of the games?
a. 10 b.9 c. 15 d. 45

Directions for questions (99 to 100): These questions are based on the following information.
In a class 40% of students passed in Maths and 25% of those who failed in Maths also failed in Statistics. The
number of students who passed only in one subject is equal to four times the number of students who failed in both the
subjects.

99. What is the percentage of students who passed only in Maths?


a. 10% b.15% c. 5% d. 20%

100. What is the percentage of students who passed in both the subjects?
a.15% b. 20% c.25% d. 30%